Thomas Stockover

Summary

Thomas Stockover earned $102,035 in 2018 as a Machinist for Water Management.

Stockover earned more than 55.34% of employees in Water Management.

Employment history for Thomas Stockover

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Machinist $99,393 $2,642 Not reported 2018
Machinist $97,150 Not reported 02-04-1991 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$4,885

+ 5.03%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$2,243

+ 2.31%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Machinist at Water Management in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Ronald J Podgorski Machinist $169,576 Not reported
Richard A Boyle Machinist $150,846 Not reported
Sean M Mc Ginnis Machinist $147,199 Not reported
Michael J Cody Machinist $139,304 Not reported
Rafael Sauceda Jr Machinist $134,864 Not reported
John Connelly Machinist $129,132 Not reported
Tim B Saffran Machinist $128,696 Not reported
Donald E Molenstra Machinist $127,350 Not reported
Ronald A Oleksy Machinist $126,944 Not reported
Perry J Lynn Machinist $116,307 Not reported
Richard J Figiel Machinist $113,640 Not reported
Jason G Kolb Machinist $110,596 Not reported
Paul J Chesniak Machinist $107,616 Not reported
Timothy S Nelson Machinist $104,969 Not reported
John V Escobedo Machinist $101,648 Not reported
Jerry Kuzniar Machinist $101,249 Not reported
Claude O Thompson Machinist $101,248 Not reported
James A Smiles Machinist $100,883 Not reported
Gary J Fontanetta Machinist $100,849 Not reported
Charles E Robinson Machinist $98,554 Not reported
Davida Fineman Machinist $97,421 Not reported
Richard D Spear Machinist $93,968 Not reported
William J Marrero Machinist $85,349 Not reported
Robert Allen Machinist $50,188 Not reported
George Paleologos Machinist $48,993 Not reported

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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